Jihan Wu has officially resigned from Bitmain; the companies internal struggle for power has come to an end and Micree Zhan is official in control.
The NASDAQ-listed block reward mining firm recently announced purchasing 10,000 next-generation Antminer S-19j Pro miners for its Hardin, Montana data center.
NASDAQ-listed Marathon Patent Group has announced the purchase of 10,000 new Antminers to boost its operation by an additional 1.10 EH/s.
The Antminer Sales Team confirmed all shipments are delayed by three months over “external interference over the company’s management.”
Micree Zhan is accusing rival Jihan Wu of illegally transferring 10,000 Antminers out of a farm owned by Zhan into his own farm.
The issue first raised its head after an entrepreneur started a Telegram group to highlight what he described as a “bad batch” of S17 units.
Bitmain has announced a partial refund for some buyers of its Antminer S17+ and T17+ devices, ranging up to $272 per unit in some cases.
Beijing-based Bitmain Technologies Ltd. has announced a brand-new product line consisting of two Bitcoin/SHA-256 miners.
2Miners received initial reports of a considerable decline in the performance of Antminer E3 mining rigs while mining Ethereum Classic.
A developer has discovered vulnerability in Bitmain’s Antminer S15, which has subsequently been turned into an exploit by an anonymous security researcher.